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Strategic Trial Court Research for the Modern Litigator

How State Trial Court Research & Analytics Will Save Your Firm Time and Bring in More Money

By Jared Correia

Legal intelligence for the modern law firm requires the use of trial court research and judicial analytics.

State trial court data and analytics are finally being leveraged, with the use of artificial intelligence, to give litigators insights into competitors’ litigation history and judges’ ruling tendencies. Once armed with access to information on how your trial court judge rules on specific motions, and how similar cases have progressed in the past, you’ll be more informed and be able to make strategic decisions on how to allocate firm resources. We’ll also show you how to leverage state trial court data to be more efficient, more pro-active, and achieve better results for your clients using judicial analytics.

Specific Topics Include:

  • Accessing Your Judge’s Ruling History and Ruling Analytics
  • Drafting Stronger Motions, Faster
  • Uncovering Intelligence About Opposing Counsel
  • Utilizing Multi-State Trial Court (Docket & Ruling) Searches

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Nicole Clark
Founder + CEO, Trellis Legal Intelligence

Jared Correia
Founder + CEO, Red Cave Law Firm Consulting

Note: CLE credit is not available for this webinar.

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Jared D. Correia is CEO of Red Cave Law Firm Consulting, which offers subscription-based law firm business management consulting services, and works with legal vendors to develop programming and content. Jared is also COO of Gideon Software, Inc., which offers intelligent messaging and predictive analytics software built exclusively for law firms. A former practicing attorney, Jared is the host of the Legal Toolkit podcast and speaks frequently at industry events. In addition to his Attorney at Work column, Managing, he writes an advice column for Lawyerist and on tech startups for Above the Law. Follow him @JaredCorreia.

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